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ithinkyouwerelonely:

im-not-a-what:

Ugh Hogwarts. *looks away before she gets tempted again*

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No lie, your thread was the beginning of the snowball that became my current obsession interest. Only I’m rankling with the idea of compressing everyone’s ages so they could all be students at school. While I’m still sorely inclined to put Rumple in Slytherin, I took the Sorting Hat test on Pottermore as Rumple (well, as my muse, to the best of my ability), and he got placed in Ravenclaw. :\ Have I been playing my muse wrong?

But now that’s given me ideas with Rumple, Jefferson and Victor being in Ravenclaw all clever and troublesome, commiserating with both Gryffindor and Slytherin students and playfully taunting Hufflepuff. And Rumple crushing on Gryffindor smartie Belle French. ;P

I would actually put Belle in Ravenclaw, but Rumpel, yes, as well. Rumpel and Belle are nerds, relying on knowledge and books to get them where they want to go. Belle has a Gryffindor streak, and Rumpel a Slytherin streak, and they both have Hufflepuff streak as well, being very loyal to the people they love. But I’d put the both of them in Ravenclaw. And Victor too, but I’m not sure about Jefferson. He seems more of a “let’s do irrational things and think of consequences later.”- like a Gryffindor. 

Hmm, true, on all those counts. Any excuse to put Rumple and Belle in the same house is good in my book. :3

I took other HP sorting tests aside from the Pottermore one. Almost half the time Rumple got into Slytherin. The other half he got into Gryffindor, and once into Ravenclaw. 6_6 But Ravenclaw matches Rumple in several respects, and him being in Ravenclaw could allow him to interact with both Gryffindor and Slytherin students without drawing too much attention. If he were in Slytherin or Gryffindor, playing to both sides might be trickier.

For Jefferson, I grant that his adventurous spirit in youth makes him suited for Gryffindor. But he doesn’t strike me as irrational so much as odd. Eccentricity is a common and even desirable trait in Ravenclaw, along with wit and wisdom.

Ugh Hogwarts. *looks away before she gets tempted again*

No lie, your thread was the beginning of the snowball that became my current obsession interest. Only I’m rankling with the idea of compressing everyone’s ages so they could all be students at school. While I’m still sorely inclined to put Rumple in Slytherin, I took the Sorting Hat test on Pottermore as Rumple (well, as my muse, to the best of my ability), and he got placed in Ravenclaw. :\ Have I been playing my muse wrong?

But now that’s given me ideas with Rumple, Jefferson and Victor being in Ravenclaw all clever and troublesome, commiserating with both Gryffindor and Slytherin students and playfully taunting Hufflepuff. And Rumple crushing on Gryffindor smartie Belle French. ;P

//While it can help to take a small break from rping to recollect, I hate coming back and feeling I’ve let people down in my absence. So I want to apologize to my lovely partners and followers for not answering asks as soon as I should. And for procrastinating on posting and answering starters.

This weekend should be better in terms of making time to get on the blog. I’ll be off to the movies soon, but as of tomorrow, after work, I’ll be free for a couple days. So yay!

Aaaaaand it doesn’t help that I get distracted by plot bunnies in the same way seagulls do by shiny objects. XP Anyone up for a potential Hogwarts verse?